Quote: Virtual Church

The convergence of the local and virtual church is destabilizing, but need not be feared.  [The internet] has no more power to destroy the church than Caeser...Indeed, the church does not disappear in her virtual incarnations but takes on a new form that compliments the physical counterpart.
C. Scott Andreas, "A Networked E-cclesia"
in Wikiklesia Volume One
Following up on our lively discussion on "The Incarnation in a Virtual World," I found this very approrpiate.


Anonymous,  July 14, 2008 at 11:08 AM  

This is a great quote, Jeremy.

I'm still doing a lot of thinking about this. At some point, when, you know, we have free time and are both members of a Conference somewhere, we should do a joint study or something. That'd be cool. In a totally nerdy way.


Rev. Jeremy Smith July 14, 2008 at 12:33 PM  

That.would.rock. How far away is Vermont? We can start a nerd commune somewhere at the halfway mark.

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